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China Business Law Journal - November 2013

Volume 4, Issue 10

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In this issue

Legal issues relating to M&A in the information security industry

By Yuan Dongmei and Lucia Young, Concord & Partners

Civil Procedure Law amendments impact provisions on negotiated jurisdiction

By Vincent Mu, Martin Hu & Partners

Trademark Law clamps down on pirate registration of trademarks

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Run Ming Law Office

Determining joint and several liability in trademark infringement cases

By Frank Liu and Si Jiamu, Chang Tsi & Partners in Beijing

Here be dragons

Outbound entrepreneurs beware the risks

Backdating documents

Bankrupt or insolvent?

Due diligence strategies for overseas M&A

By Duan Min, Morgan Lewis & Bockius

Problems in the legal system for the administration of corporate bonds

By Li Yunhai, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Leap of faith

Perils and rewards of jumping into the China market

Focus on Sino-Swiss and Hong Kong-Swiss DTAs

By Christoph Niederer and Wu Fan, VISCHER
任谷龙 Ren Gulong is a partner at AnJie Law Firm

Coming to terms with forms of receivables finance in China

By Ren Gulong, AnJie Law Firm

Getting Chinese contractors a bigger piece of India’s infrastructure pie

By Santosh Pai and Raunak, D.H. Law Associates

Queensland uranium mining ‘open for business’ from July 2014

By John Briggs and Michael Sheng, Ashurst

China Business Law Journal – November 2013

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